- My Great-Great-Aunt Discovered Francium. And It Killed Her.
- Just after Christmas of 1938, a young woman named Marguerite Perey — then 29, with a plain, open face, her eyes intent upon her work — sat at a bench in the Radium Institute of Paris, a brick mansion near the Jardin du Luxembourg.
- Element of the week: livermorium
- Before it was named, livermorium was sometimes known as eka-polonium, because it occurs directly below that element on the periodic table.
Eka Francium is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Eka Francium books and related discussion.
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